The Call of the Mountain set continues with a new expansion: Monuments of Power!
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Legends of Runeterra official Twitter has dropped a video teaser for the next expansion. It is now confirmed it will be released on October 14, as part of the scheduled Patch 1.12 update!
The Call of the Mountain season continues with the latest balance updates, in-game leaderboards, and the first single-player Lab: Journey to the Peak.
We’re back this week with a look at some of the hip new decks that are breaking the upper echelon of Master rank!
Judging new cards without having played them is always a tall task. Today, I am going to discuss those followers that I believe were underrated during the spoiler season.
The first major patch of Call of the Mountain brings the latest balance changes as well as Gauntlet updates, a new Lab, and the long-awaited debut of cross-shard friend challenge!
CotM’s main focus was on bringing Targon to the world of Legends of Runeterra. However, the expansion also added a decent amount of new cards to other regions as well – in this second part of my review I cover them.
This new deck offering features Leona, the ascended warrior priestess of the Solari tribe, and Aurelion Sol, a space dragon and forger of countless stars that dot the night sky of Targon.
Hello, Agigas here! Today, I am happy to share with you some of the most powerful and potentially meta-defining underplayed decks!
Nocturne has been quite a hot topic since his champion card got revealed. So first let us examine him more closely and then I will break down 3 decks using this new SI champ.
Call of the Mountain expansion is finally here! We have 89 new cards, including 7 champions and an entirely new Targon region. If you are interested in fresh decklists, you are in the right place.
The Call of the Mountain expansion arrives with a new region – Targon – as well as 89 collectible cards, 7 champions, and a variety of new features & content across the game.